FOR THE SAFETY OF OUR PATIENTS, WE CONTINUE TO ADHERE TO OUR COVID-19 HEALTH & SAFETY POLICY Click Here for More Info
Podiatry and Chiropody services are classed as essential healthcare, meaning your visit to the clinic is a medical appointment. We have always been exempt from closure during all national or local lockdowns (all tiers), so we have been fully operational throughout, but with the strictest health & safety measures in place.
We are glad that COVID-19 restrictions are easing and normality is resuming, be it slowly. However, our stringent COVID-19 policy will remain effective until further notice, and we request all patients to continue to follow this for everyone’s safety.
We are regularly monitoring advice issued by the Government and The Royal College of Podiatry, ensuring guidelines are fully adhered to.
Following all the Covid-19 regulations will ensure appointments go ahead safely. We continue to wear the correct PPE, and maintain high levels of hygiene within the clinic.
Please make sure you follow Covid-19 guidance when you attend – place all bags and jackets in the box provided, use the hand gel provided, and ensure your face mask remains on at all times, covering your nose too, and avoid touching anything whilst in the clinic.
If you need to see a Chiropodist / Podiatrist, please contact us and we will carry out a quick health check over the phone.
We will provide up-to-date information on our website, by email and via our social media channels should the guidelines change again.
Please do not attend your appointment if you or anyone in your household are unwell. Appointments will only be offered to patients who we feel are no risk to others!
You can contact us by telephone on 0203 327 0194, or by email at email@example.com
If you wish to discuss anything, require advice, or just want to have a chat, please feel free to get in touch with us. We are here to help.
Let’s stick together and fight this virus once and for all. Don’t give up… continue to stay safe, hopeful and happy. We are nearly there, and we will get through this.
We look forward to seeing you at your next appointment.
The health and safety of both, our patients and staff is paramount. Infection control standards at Podiatry Station have always been high, and we are proud to operate from a clean and modern facility. However, additional measures that were implemented due to the COVID-19 pandemic will remain in place until further notice. This document provides extensive information to our patients and must be agreed to, in conjunction with our standard Terms of Business.
To ensure we are fully compliant, we are implementing these policies and procedures in line with advice provided by The Royal College of Podiatry and Public Health England. However, this is not limited to their advice, and we have made some important decisions of our own.
To avoid cross over and to allow for additional cleaning, extra time will be added to the end of appointments, where this may be required. We are ensuring that we are allocating enough time to maintain infection control.
Between each appointment we will disinfect the following, as necessary:
Podiatrists will wear the following:
We will carry out a health check with all new patients or patients returning for the first time since the pandemic started. This will be done over the phone, to ensure the patient meets the current criteria for appointments to take place safely. We reserve the right to refuse to see a patient, based on the information provided, if we feel it is a risk to our staff or other patients.
By booking an appointment, the patient will be providing consent to attending the appointment and receiving treatment. By attending the appointment, the patient agrees that to the best of their knowledge they have not had recent signs or symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and have not come into contact with anyone known to have had signs or symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19). Symptoms and signs include a cough, high temperature, and loss of smell/taste. If a patient’s health changes between the time of booking the appointment and attending the appointment, the patient must inform Podiatry Station immediately and not attend their appointment.
We will not be accepting cash payments, and we request all patients to pay for their appointment by card over the phone, at the time of booking. Our standard cancellation and non-attendance terms strictly apply.
Please note, appointments are booked at the patient’s own risk. We accept no responsibility if a patient (or anyone accompanying the patient) becomes ill from attending the clinic.
10 Station Road
020 3327 0194
Booking Line Open:
Monday to Saturday - 8am to 8pm
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday
Tuesdays, Sundays, Bank holidays and Easter weekend
Times may vary during school holiday's.
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